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Carrier lets customers rent iPhone 5s, Galaxy Note 3 for almost nothing

18
Dec
2013

French carrier Iliad, which operates the well-known local Free brand, has a new offer for its mobile customers that will let them rent high-end smartphones, Reuters reports. The first three devices in the new program are Apple’s iPhone 5s, and Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3, which subscribers can rent for €12 ($17) per month for two years after an initial down payment of €99 ($136), €49 ($67) and €129 ($177), respectively. In addition to monthly rental costs, subscribers will also have to pay for either a €15.99 ($22) or €19.99 ($28) off-contract monthly plan that includes unlimited voice and data, unlimited calls to landlines in 100 countries, unlimited Wi-Fi access and a variable amount of 3G (3GB) and 3G+4G (20GB) traffic

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